Mulga Parrot

Mulga Parrot
Photographed by:Bill Harding on Tue 27th Jun, 2017 and uploaded on Fri 30th Jun, 2017 .
Resolution:1400x787
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ID:26391
Comment:The emu plants / bushes were in flower at Mutawintji National Park and attracted many birds including Mulga Parrots, Australian Ringnecks, Spiny Cheeked Honeyeaters and White Plumed Honeyeaters.
Equipment:Canon 7D Mark II with EF 600mm F/4L USM non IS lens at 600mm, 1/160 sec, F7.1, ISO 400 on tripod.
Location:Mutawintji National Park (New South Wales)
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